Palos Verdes Interpretive Center with kids
Here we are, right back to where we started our journey of California’s mini expeditions. We are back to southern California, back to point Vicente park in Palos Verdes. Now however with our little dude!
The ever green park next to the interpretive center museum in Palos Verdes is a perfect spot to spend an evening with your family. Typically warm all year around it is nurtured by the pleasant Mediterranean-like breeze off of Catalina Island during the day. The weather is cooler in the evening, so don’t forget to grab a jacket for your little ones.
You will want to bask in the golden-orange sunsets and your kids would love to roll around on inviting green luscious carpets in between beautiful Canary Island Palms. It very much feels like the whole park could be your living room.
The weather here in the evening is typically pleasant with Mediterranean coast elements. Very much reflecting the moderate climate of the adjacent Santa Catalina Island.
Parking at Palos Verdes Interpretive Center
There’s plenty of free parking in the park, so you shouldn’t worry much about that.
Located centrally on the cliffs of Palos Verdes peninsula is the Point Vicente Interpretive Center. A very fun and interactive creative space for children to learn about local history and biology.
Several unpaved paths wind along the cliffs and are pleasant to stroll with your loved ones.
Occasionally you will be able to spot groups of dolphins or the migrating whales.